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"Made in India" - Indian Firms in world

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  1. sunny_10

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    accuracy of the survey like above varies from 10% to upto 50%, but we do have something in this regard to measure comparative Infrastructure Assets of different countries :coffee:

    also, we have a picture of changing India as below, which may have a place here too, i think :tup:






     
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    Great information. Would like to request information like cost versus quality comparison of goods produced here and say USA. Ex. ISRO's mars mission is 1/10th the cost of NASA. Of course it is tougher to quantify the returns of science. But for argument you have two different space agencies with the same solution of sending payloads to Mars. If cost is king then probably explains why China has gobbled up manufacturing jobs from the West.
     
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    Average GDP Growth Rate of Asian Industrialized Countries Since 1981

    My this post is just to keep a record of the Comparative 'Average' Growth rate of India with "Newly Asian Industrialized" countries, along with the Matured Industrialized Asian countries like Korea, Japan, Singapore as below.

    this effort is just to keep an eye on the Average Growth Rate of India since 1981 to 2013, as compared to other 'Asian' Industrialized Countries :tup:

    Select Country or Country Groups

    => Newly industrialized country - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


    Growth Rate Comparison since 1980 to 2013, for the 34 years

    1st, China: 9.89% since 1980

    2nd, India: 6.2% since 1981

    3rd, Philippines: 3.4% since 1980

    4th, Thailand: 5.4% since 1980

    5th, Indonesia: 5.2% since 1980

    6th, Malaysia: 5.8% since 1980

    7th, Singapore: 6.6% since 1980

    8th, Korea: 6.2% since 1980

    9th, Taiwan: 5.7% since 1980

    10th, Japan: 2.1% since 1980

    => Select Country or Country Groups


    and this comparison clearly tells us, how population growth rate of around 2% since 1981, with 500mil extra people this way, has covered every success of India since 1947. while total number of Middle Class of India is itself more than total population at the time of freedom, 1947 :facepalm:


    => Average Growth Rate of India since Independence, since 1951 is estimated at 5.81%, to date, as below......


    => we also have a comparison of India and China's Per Capita Income on PPP since 1990 as below, telling us the difference between Indian Open Market strategy with Chinese one since 1990...... India could have only around 5.3% growth rate for the 12 years in between 1991 to 2001, around 5.6% during the 90s since 1991, as below, because of failing to even 'copy' the Chinese Economic Reforms in 1991. :toilet:
    (Chinese Economic reform took place in 1982.........)

    => India GDP - real growth rate - Economy


    We did know India as a richer country than China till 1990, as usual talks in our schools.........

     
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    good work frd
     
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    Re: "Made in India" - Indian Firms in world

    Ten remarkable infrastructure developments in India
    31 Jul, 2013

    For any country, its infrastructure is a matter of pride. From roadways, railways to airports and other smart-city initiatives, the last few years have witnessed a phenomenal change in the sector, leading to world-class facilities coming up across various parts in the country.

    We take a look at ten remarkable infrastructure-related developments and projects that have come up in India, in the past few years:


    1st, Dubbed an engineering marvel, the first phase of Mumbai's Eastern Freeway from Orange gate to Panjarpol opened to the public in June 2013 while the second and last phase from Panjarpol to Ghatkopar expected to be thrown open in July.

    Over 25,000 vehicles are expected to take the freeway daily. The Eastern Freeway elevated road will be the longest such in an urban area in the country. The bridge will have 313 pillars and 3,340 segments.

    The 17-km freeway is divided in three parts: the 9.29-km elevated road, the 4.3-km road-tunnel-flyover and an elevated 2.5-km flyover from Panjarpol till the Mankhurd-Ghatkopar Link Road (MGLR) via Govandi. The eastern freeway is Mumbai's most ambitious and much awaited project in terms of traffic decongestion as the road is expected to decongest entire eastern road corridor of the city.

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    2nd, Indore's BRTS - Built on the pattern of Ahmedabad BRTS, The BRTS road route built at a cost of Rs 135 crore. City travellers have a bus frequency of 15 minutes at every specific point. The BRTS consists of physically separated bus lanes and enclosed 'metro-like' stations.

    The proposed bus corridor will eventually cover a distance of 120.46 kms. The fare collection system will include smart cards.

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    In 2012, The UN chose Ahmedabad's BRTS as a showcase project to highlight that addressing climate change is not a burden, but an opportunity to improve the lives of people. Example of planned commuting system The Ahmedabad BRTS, which began as pilot project on a 12.5 kilometre stretch in July 2009, has emerged as an example of how a planned commuting system can help reduce emissions and improve air quality as well as have a positive impact on urban development.


    3rd, Double-decker trains
    Its been some years since India's first superfast double-decker train was flagged off, but the railways has been introducing them on many routes. The much-awaited air-conditoned double decker express train between Chennai and Bangalore started its run from April 25 2013 augmenting seat availability in the high-demand route.

    Every coach has seats in two decks with food trays attached at the back of each seat. Every row is provided with bottle holders, push back seats, windscreens and also charging socket. Kapurthala RCF is the only railway factory in the country which manufactures double decker AC coaches.

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    Indian Railway rolls out first AC Double-Decker Train | The Tour Planner's Blog


    4th, India's first solar park at Charanka village in Gujarat, Gujarat accounts for 66% of India's total solar power. The country's first Solar Park came up at Charanka village in Gujarat in April 2012. The park at Charanka, spread across 5,000 acres, has 500 MW of generation capacity of both solar and wind energy.

    Solar project developers like Alex Astral, US-based Sun Edison, Lanco Solar, Roha Dyechem and GMR Gujarat Solar Power have set up plants in the park. While 214 MW of grid connected solar power was commissioned at Charanka by 17 national and international companies, 10 solar plants having combined generation capacity of 87.49 MW have gone on stream in Surendranagar, 8 in Kutch (85 MW) and three each in Banaskantha (55.20 MW) and Rajkot (25MW), amongst others.

    In addition to solar energy, the park also manufactures solar power plant panels and other related equipment. It also provides training to local people of Gujarat to work at solar parks.

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    Rajiv Kumar Gupta - Solar Cities Emerge in India | Future Cities


    5th, Yamuna Expressway: The 165kmlong Yamuna expressway is one of the longest access-controlled six-lane rigid pavements in India. With the help of Yamuna Expressway, the rapidtransit corridor between Delhi and Agra, the drive from Greater Noida to Agra takes just 90 minutes.

    On the 165 km Greater Noida-Agra expressway, the maximum speed limit is 100 kmph for cars and 60 km for heavier vehicles. The Yamuna Expressway, besides connecting Delhi to Agra through Noida-Greater Noida Expressway, touches 1,182 villages of Gautam Budh Nagar, Bulandshahar , Aligarh, Hathras (Mahamaya Nagar) and Mathura district.

    The expressway provides a safe and an uninterrupted movement of passenger and freight traffic between the nation capital Delhi and Agra.

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    Groffr.com Blog » yamuna expressway

    Yamuna Expressway - Basic Information, Greater Noida


    6th, Banihal-Qazigund rail link through India's longest railway tunnel, An 11-km-long tunnel across the treacherous Pir Panjal mountain range on the Banihal-Qazigund railway line in Jammu and Kashmir, is the longest such transportation passage in India and second longest in Asia. The 18-km long Banihal-Qazigund section of the ambitious mountain railway, connecting Kashmir Valley with Jammu region, was inaugurated on June 26.

    The railway line, which connects Kashmir Valley with Jammu region, will considerably reduce the travel time between the two places. The distance between Banihal and Qazigund, which is also one of the most treacherous stretches in the entire Kashmir rail network project, will reduce from 35 km by road to 17.5 km on train.

    The tunnel is totally water proof and equipped with a fire fighting system across the entire length of the tunnel. The tunnel passes approximately 440 metres below the existing Jawahar Road Tunnel.

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    India's longest railway tunnel through Pir Panjal mountain range - Banihal-Qazigund rail link through India's longest railway tunnel | The Economic Times


    7th; GIFT City in Gujarat, Spread over an area of 886 acres, GIFT city city project aims at state-of-the-art internal infrastructure encompassing all basic urban infrastructure elements along with an excellent external connectivity by roads, metro rail and Bus Rapid Transport Service (BRTS).

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    The Rs 60,000-crore GIFT City project will house a financial services-based multi-services SEZ, a centre for domestic financial sector, corporate offices, regional offices of companies, a trade centre, housing colonies, social infrastructure and other associated amenities. The project is expected to create ten lakh new jobs in ten years.

    The city will use the energy-efficient district cooling system instead of air-conditioning. It will also use an automated waste collection system that sucks away garbage from buildings at high speed.

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    Megaproject: Gujarat International Finance Tec-City (GIFT) -- General Development News and Discussions - Page 122 - SkyscraperCity


    8th, Metro rail projects in various cities, The Metro fever is catching up in smaller cities, thanks largely to the success of Delhi Metro. While Bangalore has already started metro services, Jaipur, Gurgaon and Mumbai are expected to begin operations this year.

    Meanwhile, Mumbai's Chembur-Wadala monorail section, which is India's first is set to be operational later this year. The 13 km first reach of Kochi Metro Rail project from Aluva to Palarivattom is expected to be completed by December 2015 and the second by March 2016.

    The Hyderabad Metrorail is the world's largest elevated Metro Rail PPP project based on DBFOT basis (Design, Built, Finance, Operate and Transfer).

    The Union urban development ministry has decided to consider the proposal for Metro in Tier II cities like Lucknow, Kanpur, Patna, Ahmedabad, Pune, Surat, Indore, Nagpur, Coimbatore, Kozhikode. Guwahati will soon have Metro rail with the Centre approving Assam Government's proposal for the mass transit system.

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    Introduction of metro railways helps to ease city traffic | India Transport Portal


    9th, Modernisation underway at India's airports, World over governments spend billions to make that airport moment agreeable and delightful for visitors and locals alike. India, with the gleamy T3 in Delhi, is just getting there...With the AAI initiating a number of upgradation works -both for airports and airspace navigation - the technology to be used is also undergoing a phenomenal change.

    While Hyderabad Airport has been rated as the No. 1 in India by Skytrax-World Airport Awards, the GVK-led consortium that operates Mumbai airport will throw open terminal 2, or T2, that it hopes will outshine Delhi airport's T3.

    Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport's new passenger terminal has come up in Kolkata. It will have a capacity to handle an annual traffic of 20 million passengers as compared to the present 7.46 million. A new glass-and-steel domestic terminal at Chennai airport is also coming up.

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    Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport Terminal 3 | CNN Travel

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    India's first greenfield airport in Hyderabad ready for operation | TopNews


    10th, World's highest rail bridge to come up across Chenab river, Arguably one of the toughest engineering challenges in hand, Railways plans to complete the Chenab bridge in Jammu and Kashmir by 2016, making it the world's highest rail bridge.

    The arch-shaped bridge across Chenab river-bed in Reasi district, which will be five times the height of Qutab Minar at 359 m above river bed, will connect Baramulla and Srinagar to Jammu via Udhampur-Katra-Qazigund covering the entire route in about seven hours.

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    World's highest rail bridge to come up across Chenab river - World's highest rail bridge to come up across Chenab river | The Economic Times


    => Ten remarkable infrastructure developments in India - Ten remarkable infrastructure developments in India | The Economic Times

    Ten remarkable infrastructure developments in India - Ten remarkable infrastructure developments in India | The Economic Times
     
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    India to spend USD 1 trillion on infrastructure in next 5 yrs
    Nov 07 2012

    India will spend USD 1 trillion on infrastructure development in the country over the next five years and 40 per cent of it will come from the private sector, Kamal Nath, Union Minister for Urban Development and Parliamentary Affairs said today.

    "The Cabinet has approved an expenditure of USD one trillion in the next five years on Infrastructure Development and 40 per cent would come from private sector," he told members of the Indian Journalists Association at the India House here.

    The minister was speaking after two rounds of meetings here with British investors yesterday and today.

    The meetings follows the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between the Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India and the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, UK on Co-operation on Urban Regeneration and Development, a couple of months ago.

    Kamal Nath said a three-day Seminar would be held in Delhi on the Infrastructure Development shortly.

    At the Round Table meeting held yesterday, Kamal Nath said India has decided to built Metros in all cities with a population of more than two million.

    Kamal Nath met the Mayor of London Boris Johnson yesterday and discussed among other things "heritage protection management".

    Answering a question on Foreign Direct Investment (FDI), Kamal Nath said: "It was BJP which had put up a Cabinet note on FDI in 2004. Our effort is to bring about a consensus on the issue and I believe our political parties are responsible.

    It is my effort to bring about a consensus on the issue."

    Britain's Foreign Secretary, William Hague will be visiting India from November 8.

    India's High Commissioner to the UK Jaimini Bhagwati is leaving for New Delhi tonight in connection with Hague's visit.

    India to spend USD 1 trillion on infrastructure in next 5 yrs - Indian Express


     
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    with the current trend this look dubious.

    due to foolish environment clearences and tribal related problems mining has virtually come to a standstill that has jacked up the prices of raw materials many folds.

    just 2 months back supreme court(some foolish bench) sid that tribals will have the final say whether they will permit the mining from the hills where they live!!

    i mean wtf is that??

    with such stupid policies i am not much hopeful,sorry
     
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    Budget 2013 gives big push to infrastructure with Rs 50,000 cr tax-free bonds
    FEB 28 2013

    Infrastructure got a major thrust in Budget 2013-14 with Finance Minister P Chidambaram today announcing a slew of measures to boost sector's growth, like raising Rs 50,000 crore through tax-free bonds, setting up of major ports and a road regulator. :tup:

    "While every sector can absorb new investment, it is the infrastructure sector that needs large volumes of investment," Chidambaram said emphasising on the need to create "new and innovative instruments to mobilise funds" for meeting infra investments targets of Rs 55,00,000 crore in 12th Plan. :tup::

    The private sector will share 47 per cent of the investment, he said.

    "The key to restart the growth engine is to attract more investment, both from domestic investors and foreign investors.... We will improve communication of our policies to remove any apprehension or distrust in the minds of investors," the Minister said.

    Debt funds for infrastructure would be encouraged and tax-free bonds up to Rs 50,000 crore will be allowed in 2013-14, Chidambaram said in his Budget speech. :coffee:

    Government would seek funds from multilateral agencies like World Bank and Asian Development Bank to build roads in North East, linking it to neighboring Myanmar.

    To give a big push to the highways sector, he said a road regulatory authority has been proposed that will address issues adversely impacting the sector like financial stress, enhanced construction risk and contract management.

    The bottlenecks stalling road projects have been addressed and 3,000 kilometres of road projects in Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh will be awarded in the first six months of 2013-14, he said. "The Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) project has made rapid progress. Plans for seven new cities at industrial corridors have been finalised and work on two new smart industrial cities at Dholera, Gujarat and Shendra Bidkin, Maharashtra will start during 2013-14," he said.

    To augment port sector, Chidambaram said "two new major ports will be established in Sagar, West Bengal and in Andhra Pradesh to add 100 million tonnes (MT) of capacity." :tup:

    With this the number of major ports in the country will increase to 12.

    In addition, a new outer harbour will be developed in the VOC port at Thoothukkudi, Tamil Nadu through PPP at an estimated cost of Rs 7,500 crore to add 42 MT of capacity.

    These moves are aimed at catering to increased import of coal and oil and container volumes in the years to come.

    Cargo traffic at ports during the six-month period ended September 2012 grew by just 1.8 per cent to 455.8 million tonnes due to decline in shipments handled at major ports.

    On the waterways front, in addition to five inland waterways, he said: "I am happy to announce that the Minister of Water Resources will move a Bill in Parliament to declare the Lakhipur-Bhanga stretch of river Barak in Assam as the sixth national waterway."

    On power front, he said the government has given nod for constructing the power transmission link from Srinagar to Leh in Jammu & Kashmir at an investment of Rs 1,840 crore. :tup:

    Chidambaram also said the government was pushing for a Chennai-Bangalore industrial corridor and a Mumbai-Bangalore industrial corridor. :cheers:

    In the oil and gas sector, he said the government would move towards a transparent revenue-sharing model, approve blocks that have been awarded under the New Exploration Licensing Policy. He also said that the Dabhol LNG terminal, with a capacity of 5 million tonnes a year would be fully operational in 2013-14.

    Talking about rural infrastructure, he said NABARD operated the Rural Infrastructure Development Fund (RIDF)and has successfully utilised 18 tranches so far.

    "I propose to raise the corpus of RIDF-XIX in 2013-14 to Rs 20,000 crore" and a sum of Rs 5,000 crore will be made available to it to finance construction of warehouses, godowns, silos and cold storage units designed to store agricultural produce, both in the public and the private sectors.


    To monitor investment proposals and project under implementation, Cabinet Committee Investment(CCI) has been set up. "Two meetings of the CCI have been held already and decisions were taken in respect of a number of oil and gas, power, and coal projects. CCI will take up some more projects shortly," he said.

    Besides, he said to attract new investment and to quicken the implementation of projects, there would be an investment allowance for new high value investments.

    "A company investing Rs 100 crore or more in plant and machinery during the period 1.4.2013 to 31.3.2015 will be entitled to deduct an investment allowance of 15 per cent of the investment" in addition to the current rates of depreciation.

    There will be enormous spill-over benefits to small and medium enterprises, he said.

    Budget 2013 gives big push to infrastructure with Rs 50,000 cr tax-free bonds, two new ports
     
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    [MENTION=8797]sunny_10[/MENTION] Sir recently we were in the middle of an economic slowdown - eventually the worst after the 1990 crisis - Yes of course the worst part of it is over and we are on a recovery phase but many apex rating agencies and even the IMF says that emerging economies including India may not be able to return to growth rates of 8% and more under present circumstances and neither would it be advisable for them - whats your take on that? If that holds any relevance then we may be in a serious problem for the way our population is expanding - it may lead to a huge unemployment problem in the nation isn't it?

    India, emerging economies may not return to 8% growth: IMF - Livemint
     
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    we are facing an "adjustment" in world economies, and it has made its effects on all the emerging economies, including on India.

    for example, Merchandise export of India was valued at $300billion in 2011, while it would be hardly around $300billion by 2013, just no growth. as first European markets are on free fall, and there is no sign that they have reached their bottom :nono:, while too many expenditure cuts from US budget has also affected their spending power. and there is a limit US may borrow debt and maintain its $2.0 trillion+ import to support other economies...........

    we have slow down mainly since 2011, it was the year when rupees fallen by around 25% by late 2011, due to fall in European markets by mid 2011. (while growth rate of India was around 9.5% in 2010, check :tup:.). and we do hope to find a point where emerging economies will become less dependent on demands from US+EU by making enough home buyers itself, hopefully by 2015. and then we may expect 8.0% growth from then onwards :tup:

    also, as Indian trade deficit is also very high, import around $500billion during 2011 to 2013, we find it will be very easy for India to star growing on home demands by 2015+, hopefully, as compare to those emerging economies who are highly dependent on export, like China, ASEAN etc :cheers:
     
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    => Firms see India 3rd most-favoured destination: UN report - Moneycontrol.com


    Finance ministry verifying outward remittances made in 2011-12 fiscal
    Jun 14, 2013

    NEW DELHI: The finance ministry is verifying outward remittances worth Rs 3.56 lakh crore ($70billion+) from India during 2011-12 as a major portion was not subject to tax deduction at source, an official said on Friday. :facepalm:

    "The finance ministry is currently engaged in verifying the remittances made abroad from India as over 70 per cent of remittances going out of India during the financial year 2011-12 were without any tax deduction whatsoever,:toilet:" director income tax (International Tax), MS Ray said at an Assocham event today.

    For 2011-12, there were 7,56,741 foreign remittances made from India with money worth Rs 3,56,461 crore going out of India, he added. (exchange rate in 2011, US$1.0 = Rs 50.)

    Ray said: "...out of this, tax deduction at source (TDS) made was Rs 12,676 crore representing just three per cent of the total remittances going out of India."

    He said that the income tax department is making efforts to verify the remittances and organising seminars and campaigns to spread awareness about consequences of withholding taxes in smaller towns.

    These efforts are paying rich dividends, he added. Ray said that awareness about TDS, mainly in smaller towns and cities is not up to the desired levels. This is especially seen in places such as Ludhiana with large population of non-resident Indians, he added.

    "The NRI population in these places is selling properties but while remitting the sale proceeds, people are not aware that TDS has to be made," he added.

    Speaking about characterisation of income through royalty and fees of technical services, he said this is a major area of litigation and needs a coherent approach and understanding from both tax authorities and tax payers.

    Ray added that the department is providing various mechanisms for greater certainty in taxation and reduction in litigation.

    Finance ministry verifying outward remittances made in 2011-12 fiscal - Times Of India


    => FinMin verifying outward remittances made in 2011-12 | Business Standard

    => Govt sniffs 'scam' in the Rs 3.56 lakh cr outward remittances segment - Financial Express :facepalm:
     
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    in fact, exchange rate was US$1.0 = 44 Rupees only in 2011, which means around $80billion+ reverse remittances from India in 2011 :coffee:

    here, high professional indian migrants/ migrant indian businessmen doing business in foreign nations, send money after paying very high tax as Indian migrants are the highest income group in western nations, who are part of generating technologies to run their Industries/ running business there and hence pay very high tax to those governments this way too, etc etc, and then India received around $60billion remittances in 2011. while around $80.00billion+ Reverse remittances from India without proper tax????????????

    here, how foreign companies and other sources are so successful in taking out money from India, "without paying tax also"?????? :tsk:

    => http://www.indiandefence.com/forums...indu-americans-rank-top-education-income.html
     
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    here we have one news as below stating the major reasons behind even 'decline' in share of Manufacturing in GDP of India :facepalm:

     
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    Even after so much of remittances we have plenty of tax disputes with MNC's here in India...In fact G20 plan to deal with tax evasion and avoidance is being referred to as sending a signal that MNCs are being "targeted"....

    Finland raises Nokia's tax issue with India
    Tax issues: How Apple, Google & Microsoft are grappling with Indian authorities - Economic Times
    G20 plan to combat tax evasion not aimed at MNCs: India

    Guess what from today onwards the new land acquisition law has come into force...The new land law, that will replace 120-year-old archaic regulations, is expected to delay and spike costs of major housing, infrastructure and industrial projects, experts and industry people say.

    How new land acquisition law will delay, increase cost of projects | Firstpost
     
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    its all due to the jayanti natrajan,former environment minister.

    that woman stopped giving clearances to anything.and as a result the raw material cost has soared many times over.
     
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